If you want to get rid of stress and want to experience peace, then we bring you less traveled places which will not only deliver you inner peace but it will also allow you to give a better and fresh start to your life.All of these are culture-rich and beautiful, but if you are looking for a deep sense of serenity, let me point you to some places that the crowds often miss, but that are worth placing on your India itinerary.
• Nubra valley, Ladakh
Almost on the edge of the Indian map, this quiet valley has only recently become accessible to tourists. It can be reached only by crossing one of the highest motorable mountain passes in the world: the Khardung La. The world’s highest battle-field isn’t far from here. Even so, the Nubra valley and its villages are serene and peaceful, with sprawling pasture lands, fields, flowers, and friendly people. You need a permit to stay here and it is given for a maximum of 7 days, but if you make the trip, you will experience deep serenity.
• Kalimpong, West Bengal
It is perfect hill-station for a relaxed break into quite atmosphere and scenery filled with old churches and monasteries. This town offers panoramic view of the great Himalayan ranges that lie beyond it and also known for its traditional handicrafts, orchids and nurseries.
• The Backwaters of Kerala
Offbeat or not, it is impossible to strike out God’s Own Country from a list of most serene places in India. Nature has blessed this part of the nation with an abundance of beauty. Summer, winter or monsoon – the canals and waterways never fail to impress you. Rent a houseboat, and sail into the quiet backwaters. Taste local cuisine as you soak in the lush green surroundings. Watch the tiny islands and villages move by. Make friends with the locals and enjoy the simple and peaceful life.
• Pangong Tso, Leh
When it comes to most peaceful places in India, then Ladakh always makes its place in the list.. Although, there are many peaceful places but we suggest Pangong Tso, a high-altitude lake flaunting multiple shades of blue and enjoying spectacular scenery of rugged mountains. This quite lake let you enjoy marvellous sunrises and sunsets and accompany rare-to-find animals and birds visiting the lake.
• Khajjiar, Himachal Pradesh
Far from any major towns or cities, amid dense pine forests, Khajjiar is a peaceful paradise indeed. Often referred to as the “mini Switzerland of India,” this tiny hill station in the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh is one of the lesser-known but most charming retreats in India. Three ecosystems meet here: lakes, forests and pasture lands. Put on your walking shoes, and stroll along…